Super 8 Screening

Super 8 Screening
Screening Tuesday, June 7th at 7pm
Pavilions Center Theater, 500 16th St., Denver, CO

In the summer of 1979, a group of friends in a small Ohio town witness a catastrophic train crash while making a super 8 movie and soon suspect that it was not an accident. Shortly after, unusual disappearances and inexplicable events begin to take place in town, and the local Deputy tries to uncover the truth – something more terrifying than any of them could have imagined.

Directed by J.J. Abrams from his original script, the Bad Robot / Amblin Entertainment Production is produced by Steven Spielberg, Abrams and Bryan Burk. The film stars Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, Joel Courtney, Gabriel Basso, Noah Emmerich, Ron Eldard, Riley Griffiths, Ryan Lee and Zach Mills.

This film is rated PG-13. It contains intense sequences of sci-fi action and violence, language and some drug use.

For more information about the movie, visit super8-movie.com

 
This movie is rated PG-13.

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  1. I just finished writing this to 43kix and want you to be aware of it, too:

    While I’m writing to you, are you guys (or GOFOBO or BuzzBo) responsible for running the “day of” logistics of the free preview screenings? Or is it the actual studios that control the lines, entries, seating, security, and all that stuff on the day of the screening?

    If YOU guys are the ones working the “day of” logistics, I want to pass along a disturbing trend that is becoming increasingly unfair to the fans and will eventually build only bad press for the movies. (If it’s the studios, tell them, PLEASE!)

    It’s ALWAYS been the case that you have to get in line early for a screening and that people will save a place in line for a second person for whom they have a pass, but recently, a few (for now, but growing) people get to the line right near the front and then each saves places for 20-30 people!! As a result, those of us who play by the rules and get there an hour and a half or two hours before the screening and, at that point, are towards the front of the line and would definitely get into the screening, are, by about a half hour before the screening, WAYYYY back in line and don’t get in!! I was in line two hours before “Super 8” on Tuesday (Denver Pavilions theater) and would have gotten in easily, but the front of the line swelled by well over a hundred people in the last 30-45 minutes (all arriving in big groups and let into the line by one placeholder) and I got left out.

    I am willing to put in a 1 1/2 to 2 hour wait, but now that is not sufficient, as all the people saving massive spaces for others are cheating the long term waiters. There was an angry mob on Tuesday, as we were all turned away and had been observing all the people “cutting” in line with absolutely no control from the people running the screening. This is becoming worse rapidly and you will have massive bad press on your hands if you or whoever is in charge of control of the lines don’t fix the situation fast.

    So please, stop this practice of massive placeholding (again, saving a place for a person for whom you are holding a pass is okay, but not the practice of letting 20-30 people join you!) before it gets really ugly. I guarantee this will lead to trouble if the placeholding doesn’t get controlled soon. I’ve already witnessed ugly swearing and yelling. I don’t want to be there when it escalates to worse!

    Please pass this complaint/plea to those who control the “day of” logistics, if you guys are not responsible. The problem is growing fast and will lead to bad publicity, not good anticipatory “buzz,” if it isn’t stopped NOW!

    A concerned and disappointed fan

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